pp1cca11e6.png
ppaa6a545c.png
pp28600bdc.png
pp4c5d35bb.png
pp9bf6c743.png
pp44d7b216.png
"Give Thanks-
A Collection of Heartland Recipes"
by Gregory L. Heal
BUY NOW !
at Lulu.com
Restaurants
Spotlight
Contact Us
Home Page
Books
ppdd3f6fbc.jpg
pp61251c38.png
ppd667345d.png
"Harvest Time-
Favorite Fall Foods"
by Gregory L. Heal
pp12266170.png
Heartland Cooking and Living

Promote Your Page Too
pp3df4401b.gif
pp3df4401b.gif
pp3df4401b.gif
pp3df4401b.gif
pp3df4401b.gif
pp3df4401b.gif
pp3df4401b.gif
pp61251c38.png
JOIN US !
pp3df4401b.gif
Related Sites
BUY NOW !
at Lulu.com
pp3df4401b.gif
ppd28a142d.png
Hosting by Yahoo!
Bookmark and Share
HeartlandCookingandLiving.com
Building upon levels of flavor
ppe0304b72.png
pp17f2c70d.png
Prev
Next
pp64bdf114.png
Copyright 2010-2011 by Gregory L. Heal. All rights reserved.
ppf2f213ef.png
pp41461ce0.png
SAUCES
DEFINITION -
A sauce is a flavored, thickened liquid which is served with foods such as meats, seafood and vegetables.

A sauce adds moisture, flavor, richness, appearance, interest and appetite appeal.

SAUCE BUILDING TECHNIQUES

1.- Temper roux with liquid.

2.- Bring to a boil (use a heavy saucepan) .

3.- Reduce to a simmer to ensure natural convection movement. Depouillage or skim to remove impurities.

4.- Add accessory elements. Examples include:  tomato product, onion cloute (onion studded with cloves and bay leaf), bacon, vegetables and seasonings.

5.- Simmer until the four properties of a sauce are reached.

6.- Strain with a fine strainer.

7.- Serve, or cool and store for future use.